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August 12, 2013, 01:40:06 PM
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https://localbitcoins.com/ad/30346/purchase-bitcoin-cash-deposit-citibank-bank-of-america-wells-fargo-united-states


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August 14, 2013, 09:12:33 AM
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1) Escrow cost an extra 1% fee. Use localbitcoin.
2) Trade should be completed in 1 hour.
3) Due to recent scams, I will need a picture of the receipt for cash deposit.
4) Anyone not comfortable with one large transaction can break it down into multiple smaller transactions.

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August 14, 2013, 04:19:16 PM
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Selling bitcoin at Mtgox price - 7% discount.

Will use john k for escrow. I pay the fee.

I only accept Citibank client to client transfer or dwolla.

If you'll consider cash deposit into your Citibank account, I'd be interested in purchasing.

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If you'll consider cash deposit into your Citibank account, I'd be interested in purchasing.


How many BTC you want and how do you want to do it?

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August 14, 2013, 04:51:09 PM
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If you'll consider cash deposit into your Citibank account, I'd be interested in purchasing.
How many BTC you want and how do you want to do it?

Can you do 15 bitcoins?

I'm a well established and reputable member of this forum, so if you'll send first that would be great.

Otherwise, are there any escrow holders online right now that you trust?

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August 14, 2013, 04:57:05 PM
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I don't have enough for 15 right now.

We can do it tomorrow around this time using john k escrow service.

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August 14, 2013, 04:59:21 PM
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I don't have enough for 15 right now.

We can do it tomorrow around this time using john k escrow service.

Needed the bitcoins in the next 2 hours.  I'll find another seller.  Thanks.

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August 14, 2013, 07:27:17 PM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust;u=97101

Sold 1 BTC to axorb without escrow.



Still selling bitcoin at Mtgox price - 7% discount.


I only accept Citibank client to client transfer or dwolla.


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August 15, 2013, 03:30:57 PM
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Did more trade today with DannyHamilton and axorb.

Send pm for price quote, I will give you reasonable price and certainly lower than Mtgox.

I can only take Citibank client to client transfer or cash deposit and no longer accept Dwolla.


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August 15, 2013, 03:51:19 PM
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Bought bitcoins from arbitrage001.  He sent first. No issues great transaction. Will do business again in the future.

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August 15, 2013, 06:18:09 PM
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Ahh man.

Got scammed by Van3cespencer7 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=54199).

Guess some people are truly desperate if they are willing to do immoral acts for 2 BTC.


Anyone know know what retaliation I can do having his wallet address? Do all wallet agent keep track of identity of the user?

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August 15, 2013, 06:49:06 PM
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Ahh man.

Got scammed by Van3cespencer7.

Guess some people are truly desperate if they are willing to do immoral acts for 2 BTC.


Anyone know know what retaliation I can do having his wallet address? Do all wallet agent keep track of identity of the user?

Wallet address is pretty useless.  He can just generate a new address.

It is important to use escrow in a situation where someone does has not already established themselves as trustworthy.

John K., Graet, and KingOfSports are all trusted escrow holders.  I'm generally willing to hold escrow as well (see the escrow link in my signature).

Notice (2013-10-09): KingOfSports behavior has recently changed. Due to recent events I would no longer trust him with any amount at all.

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August 15, 2013, 06:53:59 PM
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Ahh man.

Got scammed by Van3cespencer7.

Guess some people are truly desperate if they are willing to do immoral acts for 2 BTC.


Anyone know know what retaliation I can do having his wallet address? Do all wallet agent keep track of identity of the user?

Wallet address is pretty useless.  He can just generate a new address.

It is important to use escrow in a situation where someone does has not already established themselves as trustworthy.

John K., Graet, and KingOfSports are all trusted escrow holders.  I'm generally willing to hold escrow as well (see the escrow link in my signature).


Problem with escrow is people are generally busy. Price can go down a lot in the mean time with the seller holding the bag.
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August 15, 2013, 06:57:53 PM
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Problem with escrow is people are generally busy. Price can go down a lot in the mean time with the seller holding the bag.

True, but in many cases holding a bag full of bitcoins is better than holding an empty bag.

In the end everyone has to do their own risk/cost analysis and decide for themselves.

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August 15, 2013, 08:13:28 PM
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Sold 4 BTC to GreenLamp (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=50729).

He sent first.

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August 15, 2013, 10:18:57 PM
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Hey guys...

I need 50-55 BTC ASAP!!! TODAY IF possible! Citibank deposit I think is doable here in Australia. Willing to do it in increments to help the trust and get it going. Having all sorts of issues with hold outs and coin hoarders hoping for another big upswing... GUYS THE MORE PEOPLE HOLD THE QUICKER THE PRICE WILL FADE>>>> People will get jack of paying top dollar for stingy amounts and move on to LTC or worse FIAT!!! OMG!!!! lol
Seriously though... I own and operate a security on LTC GLOBAL which I've been paying weekly divs from since OCT 2012. I pay my investors almost half of everything and then put an actual half back into redevelopment of equipment. I have a large purchase to make that wasn't scheduled and is extra after being scammed with a 2nd hand Batch 2 avalon and non delivery of batch 3 and having to make this next ASIC up out of my own FIAT reserves.

I got $5000 grand in cash in my hands as I type...  whoops now $4990 just dropped $10 bucks.... see it doesn't like me so someone please take my Fiat and I'll cash you out for your coin ASAP.

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August 15, 2013, 10:30:52 PM
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Hey guys...

I need 50-55 BTC ASAP!!! TODAY IF possible! Citibank deposit I think is doable here in Australia. Willing to do it in increments to help the trust and get it going. Having all sorts of issues with hold outs and coin hoarders hoping for another big upswing... GUYS THE MORE PEOPLE HOLD THE QUICKER THE PRICE WILL FADE>>>> People will get jack of paying top dollar for stingy amounts and move on to LTC or worse FIAT!!! OMG!!!! lol
Seriously though... I own and operate a security on LTC GLOBAL which I've been paying weekly divs from since OCT 2012. I pay my investors almost half of everything and then put an actual half back into redevelopment of equipment. I have a large purchase to make that wasn't scheduled and is extra after being scammed with a 2nd hand Batch 2 avalon and non delivery of batch 3 and having to make this next ASIC up out of my own FIAT reserves.

I got $5000 grand in cash in my hands as I type...  whoops now $4990 just dropped $10 bucks.... see it doesn't like me so someone please take my Fiat and I'll cash you out for your coin ASAP.

Cheers  Grin

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Wire is cheaper for international trade since it is fixed cost. I think citibank charge 3% for foreign exchange rate.

I can do 5k deal if you are willing to send first. Or you can use johnk for escrow if you pay his 1.5% fee.




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August 16, 2013, 02:25:26 AM
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Ok... you still up?... PM me or better yet email me addy on my profile... cheers

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August 16, 2013, 10:24:44 AM
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Selling bitcoin at Mtgox price - 7% discount.

Will use john k for escrow. I pay the fee.

I only accept Citibank client to client transfer or dwolla.

If you'll consider cash deposit into your Citibank account, I'd be interested in purchasing.

I saw 7% Discount and 'you would pay the fee' .... Not real attractive anymore... I need a min of 50 coins and am only prepared to pay 100 each max... Don't care what the market says, can't trust its prices with insolvency rumours and gox's inflationary price to market manipulator policy.

Its only worth $100AUD/BTC to me... I'll keep hunting for the right trade as this is a regular amount we'll be doing weekly in a month or so soon and a heap more at times. If I need to push some through I'll let you know...

Cheers for trying though buddy.

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August 16, 2013, 10:30:31 AM
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Selling bitcoin at Mtgox price - 7% discount.

Will use john k for escrow. I pay the fee.

I only accept Citibank client to client transfer or dwolla.

If you'll consider cash deposit into your Citibank account, I'd be interested in purchasing.

I saw 7% Discount and 'you would pay the fee' .... Not real attractive anymore... I need a min of 50 coins and am only prepared to pay 100 each max... Don't care what the market says, can't trust its prices with insolvency rumours and gox's inflationary price to market manipulator policy.

Its only worth $100AUD/BTC to me... I'll keep hunting for the right trade as this is a regular amount we'll be doing weekly in a month or so soon and a heap more at times. If I need to push some through I'll let you know...

Cheers for trying though buddy.

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Hard to do cross country trade, especially if you are offering price below even btc-e at the moment.

I don't make the rules how the market work, price is the way it is for a reason.







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August 16, 2013, 03:31:03 PM
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I disagree... but I' respect your opinion as it helps you understand and use BTC effectively in your circles. Btc, like anything is only worth what the person who wants it is willing to pay. I prefer not to rely on a faceless entity of speculation and pack mentality trends to dictate to me what I value. BTC gives the individual the opportunity to create their own value and wealth with out being 'told' by an authority or regulator ...'NO THIS IS THE PRICE...BECAUSE I SAY SO!!!' Take for instance Fiat... worthless paper or very common metals with printed symbols of previous governing institutions demanding that you beileve that 0.04c worth of paper and ink is worth $100... and when the current institution runs out of it ... They just print more??! debasing it's true value even more. Wheres the value in that?  Its in the perception of the users and the laws that regulate it. Not the coin it self. BTC only has value to me at $100 or below... As a lot of the sellers were mining BTC last year on GPU's when BTC was at $3.00... These people cannot say that BTC is valued at $100 unless they have a buyer who will pay that, currently they do... but as we have seen very recently BTC is volatile and not tied to any one circumstance or resource but rather the sentiment of the group of users that trade it. If BTC can be worth $240 to one person in Cypress and only $70 24hrs later to me in Australia then I can say its up to the people involved and what they truly value to set the price for themselves. In fact today you can buy BTC for $65 USD on Weexchange... pity I don't have USD... All good mate. If its worth $120 to you then thats what its worth... You may think completely different though in several days or months if the price drops and would be glad to take my offer... It's all relative. Thanks for the offer though, If it was my own money... No probs , But as its a investment fund that belongs to a security on a exchange I have a certain volume and capacity target to meet so as not to erode their value directly. All good I'll stumble on some old school miner or trader who bought in at 0.30c and has thousands...

Goodluck buddy.

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August 16, 2013, 03:36:20 PM
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I personally hold 0 BTC. Could care less if it become worthless tomorrow.

The way market work, seller will only sell what they have to the highest bidder.

My handler on this forum is called arbitrage001, people who are in the business of brokerage know what I do seeing my name alone.



 
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August 16, 2013, 05:46:20 PM
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Well aren't you cool... Yeah I'm going to leave this here mate... BTC ain't all about lining pockets and making dollars...

We see the value in being able to change peoples lives (or change people and their thinking) and the betterment of humankind ...not give out greed to the already greedy. I'd prefer to do trade with those that align themselves with a win/win philosophy... not HA ha haaaa I beat YOU!!! Good luck and I hope you get what you after... This is not the thread for Triple B Mining or the Triple B Group. Cheers.

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August 16, 2013, 06:51:45 PM
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 Grin So happy you didn't turn out to be a troll ...
We both have badges! Wink Cool. If that's your philosophy too then we're both makers... we just don't match.
Don't get me wrong I wasn't saying your 'the root of all evil' etc etc, I just find so many takers of late most talking up their trade skills like it was a gift from god and I should just shut up and listen to their plan to make a million bucks from BTC or they want huge value from me on my sells then won't deliver the same back later in any capacity for buys and in general...

 Good luck on your production... Pop on over to LTC GLOBAL in the next few months to see some other great productions from Triple B Group.

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August 17, 2013, 12:29:43 AM
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I like arbitrage it helps to lower the price and gets people coins, so it is not a bad thing to take coins from one market and send them to another with a more attractive price, of course mt gox is a highly manipulated market with a bullshit price. I would recommend using bitcoinaverage.com.

If you find you would be willing to trade for paypal I can help you move some funds. I could pay bitcoinaverage.com plus 2 percent. currently 105.51
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August 17, 2013, 02:47:18 AM
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Thats the idea... Gox is no better than a bank or clearing house... precisely why we have turned our backs on them (banks) Good show mate... this is the link to our offer https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=274960.msg2946322#msg2946322 cheers...

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August 19, 2013, 05:46:12 AM
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Selling BTC at around 10% below Mtgox (109 usd per coin).

Citibank transfer only since today is Sunday.

Also buying at around 98 usd per coin.


Send pm if interested.
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Selling BTC at around 10% below Mtgox (109 usd per coin).

Citibank transfer only since today is Sunday.

Also buying at around 98 usd per coin.


Send pm if interested.

The price has gone up 4 USD, How are you still buying at the same rates you were on the 12th...

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Selling BTC at around 10% below Mtgox (109 usd per coin).

Citibank transfer only since today is Sunday.

Also buying at around 98 usd per coin.


Send pm if interested.

The price has gone up 4 USD, How are you still buying at the same rates you were on the 12th...

The spread between exchange has widen. People losing faith on Mtgox and buying BTC there and sell elsewhere to get back their money.

I have done that a month ago when the spread is only 5%. It has now gone over 12%.

I would suggest people who really want to get out either do it now. Or wait until Mtgox sort out their problems.


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I traded 3btc with arbitrage.  I sent the cash first, he sent my coins immediately after.  Thanks Arb!
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you dont have a Paypal account? I wanna trade with you. I have bought and sold over 60k of btc so far this year.
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you dont have a Paypal account? I wanna trade with you. I have bought and sold over 60k of btc so far this year.

Life banned from Paypal.

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I will need ID for bank transfer.

I have a life time banned on me from a very reputable international bank because of one 100 dollars fraud bank transfer (one transaction out of many).

Not going to take another risk again.
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September 19, 2013, 04:33:04 PM
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If u agree with pm, I can give u a good rate. think about it and let me know. thanks

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What pm?
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I'm buying if you're still selling, what's the upper limit?

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$950 is the limit for new buyer. I am going to need cash deposit receipt also.
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October 10, 2013, 07:16:43 PM
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Check 1st post as I edit it regularly.
Those are the same rates as on localbtc?
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October 31, 2013, 01:54:41 AM
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sent u a pm

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Check 1st post as I edit it regularly.
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